50 people contact Ryanair claiming to have eaten €10,000 scratch card
Ryanair has revealed that 50 people have now contacted them claiming they ate the €10,000 scratch card onboard a Ryanair flight from Poland to the UK last week.
It was claimed that a passenger on a Ryanair flight had eaten the winning scratch card in protest at being told he couldn't claim his money straight away.
Ryanair spokesperson Stephen McNamara said: “Ryanair loves a trier but not a chancer and 50 chancers so far have contacted Ryanair."
McNamara said that 40 out of the 50 claimants were not even on the flight from Krakow to the East Midlands when the alleged incident occurred.
The budget airline confirmed that the consumption of the winning ticket made it null and void and that the prize money will now be donated to charity.
Ryanair passengers will have the final say on which charity receives the cash by voting on the company's web site.